Rred Hot Asian Bistro

DLF Cyber Hub
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About Rred Hot Asian Bistro

A sibling of Rred Hot Cafe among the first specialty Thai restaurant in the NCR since 1998, is their humble attempt to make you think outside the box! Showcasing the varied cuisines from around South East Asia; Thailand, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and more, in a casual, vibrant and non traditio...

Cuisines

Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Asian

Address

DLF Cyber Hub, 110, 1st Floor, Cyber Hub, Gurgaon

Phone no.

+91 7042893090, +91 9811837421

Average cost

Cost for two - 1,400


Rred Hot Asian Bistro Timings

Closed Now

Monday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Tuesday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Wednesday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Thursday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Friday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Saturday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

Sunday

11:30 AM - 4 PM

6:30 PM - 11 PM

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Rred Hot Asian Bistro Offerings

Lunch

Dinner


More Info.

Amenities

Delivery

Takeaway

Seating

AC Indoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

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Rred Hot Asian Bistro Reviews

Good Enough

Rated 3.5 by Saguna Gupta (iamwherefoodis) on Jul 25,2017

Rred hot is one of the oldest asian serving eatery in cyber hub. Really prim and proper, you can definitely visit here for decent food and simultaneously have a business meeting, because really soft music plays. I love how there is so much natural light that enters the place. There are posters from different places/ countries across South east Asia. The menu is a wide variety of things from all over those places. What I like the most is how they have put maps along with the names of the dishes to indicate its country of origin. The staff is courteous and the service could be a little quick. We had the chicken and basil dumplings which were delicious, especially with their sweet chilly sauce. Minced chicken in that encasing steamed to perfection. Also tried the Gaeng Gai Bama curry which is a burmese dish. It was served along a portion of white rice. However, tasted average and a little too spicy. As regards the price, it is definitely expensive. Given that the bill was a 1000 rupees for only two items without any beverage. Also, there is a lot of scope in getting things boxed. We got the leftover main course packed but it leaked away and we got it in a modern bazaar polybag (nothing can beat this). They can definitely improve on that front.

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